THIS JUST IN: Marimow Out As Editor Of Inky

DAILY NEWS: On the eve of new owners taking control of the Inquirer and Daily News, Inquirer editor William K. Marimow announced yesterday that he is giving up the post to become a reporter – a job in which he won two Pulitzer Prizes early in his career. MORE

RELATED: “Everybody expected that they would have to make tough choices about other people, but not Bill,” Yant Kinney said. “(It’s been) a tumultuous time, and he was really a rock for the staff at a time when we needed it.” Marimow earlier worked at the Inquirer for 21 years and helped the paper win two Pulitzer Prizes: one for investigative reporting on attacks by city police dogs and one for public service reporting on police abuses of power. MORE

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